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B.C. health minister says review underway after doctors jump vaccine queue

B.C. health minister says review underway after doctors jump vaccine queue

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's health minister says it's "very disappointing" that some doctors in Vancouver jumped the queue to get a second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID-19: B.C. now expecting 2.6m vaccine doses this spring

COVID-19: B.C. now expecting 2.6m vaccine doses this spring

Province also names Vancouver’s former city manager to lead vaccination efforts
B.C.'s recovery economy: No rebound seen for B.C. sports and entertainment

B.C.'s recovery economy: No rebound seen for B.C. sports and entertainment

Health restrictions continue to weigh heavily on events and venues in the province
COVID-19: Another staff member tests positive at Vancouver care home hit by 41 deaths

COVID-19: Another staff member tests positive at Vancouver care home hit by 41 deaths

Two residents from Little Mountain Place are in hospital
B.C. ministry warned birth alerts 'illegal and unconstitutional' months before banning them

B.C. ministry warned birth alerts 'illegal and unconstitutional' months before banning them

Riverside residents in Vanderhoof, B.C., alarmed as ice jams limit Nechako River flow

VANDERHOOF, B.C. — Ice jams are building along the Nechako River in central British Columbia and officials in Vanderhoof say flooding of nearby properties is possible. The district has posted a warning advising its roughly 4.
Investors score first settlement in Bridgemark Group case

Investors score first settlement in Bridgemark Group case

Public cannabis company Beleave Inc. to pay $2.4 million to investors from insurance, following admission of ‘conduct abusive to B.C.’s capital markets’
B.C. home sales break December record

B.C. home sales break December record

A record month closes out an unprecedented year, characterized by a remarkable recovery
B.C.'s recovery economy: Pandemic's toll on B.C. universities, colleges

B.C.'s recovery economy: Pandemic's toll on B.C. universities, colleges

Campuses became ghost towns in 2020, as post-secondary lectures went virtual
Wind, snow, prompt warnings, power outages across much of southern B.C.

Wind, snow, prompt warnings, power outages across much of southern B.C.

VANCOUVER — The latest wicked weather to sweep across southern British Columbia downed trees and power lines in many areas and left thousands in the dark.